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Unity is when believers can bring their "whole self" into community and service. One's "Whole Self" includes lived experience and the intersectionality of identities such as sex, age, race, language, ethnicity, culture, national origin, citizens status, range of abilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, family structure, financial means, and education.

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Believers from every race, ethnicity, culture, age, ability, income level, employment status, arrest-court record, marital status, family structure, educational level, language, nation of origin, national citizenship, immigration status, sex, sexual orientation, and gender.


All programs will be accessible for Believers and Guests with Vision, Mobility, Auditory, Neurological, Cognitive, Medical, Psychological, Emotional, Behavioral, Psychiatric, and Mental Health Impairments. 

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Believers and Non-Believers from a different city, state/territory, or country will be welcomed, served, and loved to the degree that sets the standard for Believers and Non-Believers from the same city, state/territory, or country will be welcomed.

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United Community Church is Open and Affirming. We openly welcome persons of all sexual orientation and gender expression such as LGBTQ+ and affirm that full and equal participation in the life and leadership of our church

is open to all.

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Equity is when followers of Jesus that are isolated or members of isolated communities engage in a community that cares for one another financially, spiritually,

and physically.


John 3:17; 2 Corinthians 8:13-15